Andreas Vesalius

Andreas Vesalius's own annotated copy of his magnun opus, De humani corpo
The top lot of Christie’s' Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts including Americana online auction features Andreas Vesalius’s own heavily annotate
Los Angeles – For centuries, artists and scientists have been fascinated by the structures of the human body.
Amsterdam — Every now and again, those of us lucky enough to be immersed in the world of antique books come across something that particularly excites us.
As readers of this blog will recall, antiquarian medical books are a particular interest of mine, so it was great fun to browse the catalogue of Bonhams' upcoming auction of the medical and scienti
London—Christie’s is honoured to announce the auction of scientific and medical books from the Royal Institution of Great Britain (Ri) to take place on 1 December.
A 1555 copy of Andreas Vesalius’ De humani corporis fabrica with the author’s own extensive hand-written notes and corrections is being made available for study at the Thomas Fisher Rare Boo
New York - On December 7, Christie's New York will present two sales offering The Derrydale Press Books from the Le Vivier Library and Fine Printed Bo
With so much focus on New York this week, I did not want to miss taking a look at Dominic Winter's (South Cerney, England) auction of medical books, coming up on April 18.
Dominic Winter is pleased to announce that the catalogue for Part One of the Birmingham Medical Institute rare book collection is now online in PDF format (or as an email attachment by request) -